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The Goldberg Lab DNA Sequence Analysis Database (ESTDB)
(password required)

This is a web-based DNA sequence analysis database for processing and storage of DNA sequence information.  You can perform automated high-throughput processing of DNA sequences, batch BLAST and PFAM analysis, as well as storage and annotation of DNA sequence.  If you would like to have a guest access of the database, please contact Brandon Le (ble@ucla.edu)

The Goldberg Lab Web-Based Lab Notebook (Webbook)
(password required)

A web-based lab notebook, designed to consolidate experiments, projects, stocks, etc. into one central location. Protocols are conveniently located and sorted by sections (e.g. DNA, RNA, microscopy, tissue culture.)  Lab stocks (i.e. DNA, RNA, primers, seeds) are organized and easy to maintain (a built-in counter can send out warning signals when stocks are low.)  For more information about the webbook, please email Brandon Le (ble@ucla.edu).

Gene Networks in Seed Development (Seed)

A database that can be used by the scientific community to search for the expression profile of any gene in different soybean seed compartments at different stages of development. Individual seed compartment were isolated using laser capture microdissection and RNAs were hybridized to Affymetrix GeneChips. Access is available to the public.

The Goldberg Lab Arabidopsis thaliana Gene Chip Database (AtGDB)

The Goldberg Lab Arabidopsis thaliana GeneChip Database is a search engine that can be used by the scientific community to search for the expression profile of any gene throughout the Arabidopsis life cycle.  Global expression profile data were generated using Affymetrix Arabidopsis Whole Genome Array.  Access is available to the public.

The Phaseolus coccineus Embryo Regions EST Database (PcEST)

The Phaseolus coccineus EST database contains EST sequence obtained from suspensor and embryo proper regions of the globular-stage embryos. To date, we have sequenced a total of 16,810 suspensor and 3,311 embryo-proper cDNAs. These ESTs have been categorized into different functional groups based on the results of BLAST searches and organized into an EST relational database. This site is open to the scientific community in order to examine mRNAs found in the suspensor and embryo proper of the globular-stage embryos.  In addition, you can identify orthologs to your DNA sequence(s) by performing BLASTN and/or TBLASTX searches against our EST database.  Access is available to the public.

Server Access Statistics (ESTDB stats )
(password required)

The server access statistics site contains logs of hits and users to the site listed above.  This site is for administrative access only.





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